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By Ernesto Exposito(auth.)

The present range of delivery prone, in addition to the complexity as a result of the deployment of particular shipping protocols or mechanisms over different prone supplied by means of heterogeneous networks, call for a singular layout of the delivery layer. in addition, present and destiny functions will merely manage to make the most of the main tailored and on hand delivery prone in the event that they may be able to engage (i.e. realize, compose, set up and adapt) successfully with this complex delivery layer.
The paintings offered during this booklet proposes a model-driven technique and a service-oriented process geared toward designing the mechanisms, capabilities, protocols and providers of the subsequent iteration delivery layer.
The first a part of this e-book provides the cutting-edge of delivery protocols and introduces a model-driven technique and an ontology semantic version implementation aimed toward designing subsequent iteration delivery protocols.
The moment half provides the UML-based layout of a component-based delivery protocol. An extension to this protocol in accordance with service-component and service-oriented architectures can be presented.
The 3rd half offers quite a few model-driven adaptive options geared toward handling the behavioral and structural version of subsequent new release autonomic shipping protocols.
The fourth and ultimate half provides the layout of a shipping layer in response to component-oriented and service-oriented ways and integrating the autonomic computing paradigm guided by way of the semantic measurement supplied through ontologies.

Content:
Chapter 1 creation (pages 1–6): Ernesto Exposito
Chapter 2 shipping Protocols cutting-edge (pages 7–24): Ernesto Exposito
Chapter three Semantic Modeling of shipping Protocols and companies (pages 25–48): Ernesto Exposito
Chapter four Model?Driven layout method of delivery Mechanisms and features (pages 49–78): Ernesto Exposito
Chapter five Model?Driven Specification and Validation of errors keep watch over shipping Mechanisms and capabilities (pages 79–108): Ernesto Exposito
Chapter 6 Model?Driven Specification and Validation of Congestion keep an eye on delivery Mechanisms and services (pages 109–128): Ernesto Exposito
Chapter 7 Specification and Validation of QoS?Oriented shipping Mechanisms and capabilities (pages 129–156): Ernesto Exposito
Chapter eight Architectural Frameworks for a QoS?Oriented shipping Protocol (pages 157–186): Ernesto Exposito
Chapter nine Service?Oriented and Component?Based shipping Protocol (pages 187–200): Ernesto Exposito
Chapter 10 Adaptive shipping Protocol (pages 201–212): Ernesto Exposito
Chapter eleven Autonomic shipping Protocol (pages 213–230): Ernesto Exposito

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TCP is a connection-oriented and byte-stream-oriented protocol and implements error detection, error reporting and error recovering mechanisms in order to provide a fully reliable and fully ordered service. Moreover, TCP implements a flow control function in order to avoid exceeding the receiver buffer capacities. Furthermore, TCP implements a congestion control function in order to avoid and react to network congestion. Transport Protocols State of the Art 21 In order to cope with the constant evolution of the network layer, an important number of enhancements and extensions to the original TCP protocol have been proposed.

G. g. g. ) have also been integrated into 34 Advanced Transport Protocols this ontology. Likewise, the various mechanisms implementing these functions have also been incorporated. The following sections describe these semantic features that have been represented in OWL. In order to simplify the reading of OWL, for each protocol the semantic description based on OWL classes, individuals and assertions has been summarized. Likewise, the dynamic service classification of the transport protocols based on the mechanisms and functions implemented is also illustrated.

This approach is aimed at better understanding the context of transport protocols and the services that need to be provided. Likewise, the use of a model-driven approach is aimed at facilitating portability, interoperability and reusability when designing evolving and reconfigurable transport protocols. 1. Introduction Based on the state of the art on transport protocols presented in the previous chapter, this chapter introduces a methodology based on a model-driven architecture (MDA) approach aimed at guiding the design of the next generation transport layer.

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